An Ohio mother who was left devastated after a total stranger came up to her in a drugstore and told her not to wear such tight-fitting clothes has published a viral plea for more respectful behavior in society.
While many retailers who once eschewed the word “Christmas” have since changed their minds after experiencing dents in their bottom line, other establishments are still holding on to their PC dogma in spite of how tired the public has become with their misguided Christmas pogroms.
Mikayla Holmgren, 22, has earned the title of “trailblazer” after becoming the first person with Down syndrome to compete in the Miss Minnesota pageant this year.
Random acts of kindness are occurring all over the country during this Christmas season, from people giving away the shoes on their feet to the needy to anonymous donors buying entire toy sections to give away to needy children.
The story of the reunion of a Chinese couple with the baby girl they were forced to give up for adoption in 1995 proves that not even China’s tyrannical one-child policy can keep parents away from the children they love.
In a powerful op-ed appearing on the Women Speak for Themselves (WSFT) website, executive director Meg Johnson encourages women to seize the momentum behind the #MeToo movement to change a culture that is too willing to present sex as “no big deal.”
A Christian math teacher from the UK who was suspended from his job after referring to a female student who was “transitioning” into a male as a girl is now suing the school for religious discrimination.
A federal court ruled against the Archdiocese of Washington DC in a suit involving the refusal by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) to allow a Christmas-themed ad on its buses. The Archdiocese responded by filing an appeal.
Women of Grace®members who participated in a prayerful protest to prevent a satanic display from being erected in a public park in Florida are overjoyed to report that the display will NOT be erected this year!